How does my support have an impact?
As a donor or volunteer, you are making a real difference to the people, ideas and facilities that shape the University of Surrey. The University is deeply grateful for your support – without your support Surrey would not be where we are today. Thank you.
Our 2016-17 supporters
Thank you to all of our supporters whose donations of money and time to the University over the past year have enriched the lives of our students and contributed to Surrey’s momentum and growth.
We’ve recognised all benefactors to the University of Surrey during 2016-17 in the following lists:
- Oak Circle
- Class of 1940-69
- Class of 1970-1979
- Class of 1980-1989
- Class of 1990-1999
- Class of 2000-2009
- Class of 2010-2017
- Staff and friends
To find out more about how our supporters made a difference to Surrey in the last year, please visit our support page.
As a thank you for your donation, we are delighted to welcome you into one of the University of Surrey gift circles.
Anyone who makes a regular donation throughout the year is welcomed into our Acorn Circle. It is named from the seed of the oak trees that flourish on the Stag Hill campus. The acorn is a symbol of good fortune, and acknowledges that great things grow from small beginnings.
Donors who make a gift of £1,000 or more in a single year or a legacy pledge are invited into the Oak Circle. It’s named after Surrey’s oldest and most prized tree, the 130-year-old oak on the Manor Park campus. It symbolises the University’s solid roots in our predecessor, Battersea Polytechnic, and the growth and strength of our community today.
Our thanks to you
Members of both circles receive a special stag pin badge. The stag, the University of Surrey’s symbol, symbolises the medieval royal park on which the campus is built, and the key is both part of the crest of Battersea Polytechnic and Surrey’s coat of arms. For more information about becoming a member of either gift circle, please contact email@example.com.
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